Tag: Golden Pin Concept Design Award
There are 64 finalists in the Golden Pin Design Award and 7 finalists in the Golden Pin Concept Design Award from Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, and Germany. These finalists are all now in the running to win Best Design at the award ceremony in Taipei on December 5.
What Are the Key Competences Required for Designers? 2019 Golden Pin Concept Design Award Offered Holistic Courses for Design Mark Recipients
With topics spanning different aspects, the purpose of the courses was to help Design Mark recipients understand how to effectively communicate their ideas with others and promote their products or make preparations for crowdfunding projects.
Golden Pin Concept Design Award 2019 Announces 45 Design Mark Winners from Taiwan, China, Singapore, and Germany
All 45 winning concept designs are competing to win a share of the award’s TWD$1,200,000 prize and coveted Best Design trophy, which are to be presented at the award ceremony on December 5.
This year’s overseas secondary selection events of the Golden Pin Design Award were held in Shenzhen, Shijiazhuang, and Shanghai. A total of 843 entries from Mainland China advanced to the second selection, and 311 entries were awarded the Design Mark.
2019 Golden Pin Design Award and Golden Pin Concept Design Award Reveal Secondary Selection Shortlists!
The numbers of total entries for both awards have reached a record high this year, receiving nearly 8,000 entries from 31 worldwide regions.
So far, the two awards have received entries from companies and designers in eighteen different countries and regions. The Golden Pin Concept Design Award features concepts to change the world for the better, meanwhile the Golden Pin Design Award features global brands including Starbucks and GQ Taiwan.
The biggest jury in the award’s history, this year’s jury is comprised of more than 82 design experts who specialize in wide array of creative fields including design, architecture, lifestyle, media, advertising, and venture capital.
The Best Design winners were announced at the Grand Ceremony on November 29. Among the winning designs, this year’s jury found trends in social design, green design, and artificial intelligence, among others.
The concept of this year’s award ceremony was “Nature Knows”, many of the winning designers spoke about their understandings and expectations of the design industry in this context.
Read on to learn about seven of the winning designs and concepts, dissected in more detail, diving into each designer’s background and the creative journeys behind their winning work.